2 Things I Do to Make My Shifts Go by Faster

Now I spend less time checking the clock and more time focusing on my work.

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“It’s not even halfway through my shift?”

Something I would tell myself whenever I checked the time shortly after clocking in.

Obsessing over the time that has elapsed at work is a damaging habit.




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